Travel Blogs from Gros Islet
... our stern. When I replied, he was almost emotional that he had found us yet again. We sailed the rest of the journey in loose formation all the way to St Lucia.
The third boat that we encountered was another large cargo boat, I was asleep at the time so Laura and Rob after seeing the vessel on the AIS contacted them and sorted out headings by contacting them on the VHF radio and talked with the crew to avoid conflict. We passed within 1 nm.
... be available tomorrow and for the rest of the week. Uh, no problem. Especially since it was an upgraded room right off the pool which is just up from the beach. Also, there was a bottle of champagne on ice waiting for us and a fruit plate was delivered right after that. Also, there was a complimentary couples massage thrown in too for our trouble.
Nice. What a great start to our vacation.
St. Lucia I heart you.
... 100 degrees in the falls.
While driving around the island we stopped at a tea house and a chance to see the views from this elevation. We drove by the trademark of the island its twin peaks known as Gros Piton and Petit Piton. These two spikes of lava over 2500 feet high have been a sailor’s landmark for hundreds of years.
Passing by Marigot bay our guide pointed out that this was a backdrop to the movie Dr. Doolittle a beautiful ...
... and is none too pleased!
We are a day and a half from St. Lucia, more dolphins come to play and the excitement builds as we see on the vessel reports which boats have arrived. Soon we see land for the 1st time in 16 days, its an incredible feeling, a mixture of excitement and sadness, as our adventure is about to come to an end! We pop open the bubbles and have bucks fizz to celebrate! Soon we are rounding pigeon island, and are in radio contact with the arc ...
... of breakfast at the Seaside Cafe, trying not to overeat unnecessarily. At 10.30 AM, we do the meet and mingle with the Cruise Critic group, donating our Australian Animal coasters and stubby holder, and getting a letter opener with an archer from Nottingham. This is followed by the Cabin Crawl, where we see how the other half live in suites with balconies, with hot tubs on the balcony, and the wing balconies on the stern, as well as lesser cabins, with ours ...
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